Latest Film Puts The Focus On Transport in Run Up To Election
RESIDENTS are being encouraged to do something and amazing and vote in a film that puts the focus on highways and public transport. The film is the last in a series, which can be seen on Cambridgeshire County Council s website Cambridgeshire.gov.uk and Y
RESIDENTS are being encouraged to do something and amazing and vote in a film that puts the focus on highways and public transport.
The film is the last in a series, which can be seen on Cambridgeshire County Council's website Cambridgeshire.gov.uk and You Tube, which shows the kind of services that council officers provide.
The initiative is part of the council's Do Something Amazing campaign which is using the internet to encourage people to vote.
The latest film shows cyclists explaining the importance of specific cycle routes to their safety. There is also footage of Mick Capper, a driver from Stagecoach, explaining how important it is to look after customers to encourage more passengers to use public transport.
The videos are designed to give a brief insight into some of the work carried out everyday by the council and how resident's votes will help shape what officers will be doing in the future.
Residents can sign up on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest updates or text the word 'election' to 81025 to receive free reminders and information on your mobile phone.
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Mark Lloyd, chief executive of Cambridgeshire County Council, said: "These films should give residents an insight into some of the services delivered everyday by the council for our communities, such as tackling underage drinking and helping people recycle. Your vote will help shape what amazing things the council will be doing in the future and we want to encourage everyone to exercise their right on June 4. This is the first time the council has used the web like this to encourage more people to vote. Please do something amazing on June 4 and vote.